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of the stores doing that same day delivery. google is doing this in san francisco with target that you like, melissa. melissa: i love target. >> wal-mart to go. they're test driving wal-mart same day delivery. so the lockers in the stores for web sales. sometimes you get the amazon package and still on the doorstep. they're talking about putting lockers in wal-mart stores for your online wal-mart goods. melissa: there are a lot of folks doing same day delivery. that's a huge one. got to get into that business of getting it to you faster, forget about it. >> exactly. whether we see this being rolled out this year, we could see it in the summertime. some of the pieces of this strategy, customers as couriers, they were spit balling about that one brainstorming. adam: go get my t-shirts. what are you doing here? >> i will deliver it right away. melissa: emac, thanks so much. coming up tonight on "money," we have jeff and jackie schaeffer, creators megahit show on fx, "the league". we'll discuss how original content and niche audiences become the only way for networks to stay profitability. bran
with the u.s. attorney's office in san francisco follows a probe into illegal internet pharmacies dea has been investigating fedex over similar issues according to "wall street journal" sources but fedex not a part of that settlement today. nicole: as homes claw that way back to precrisis levels, another issue is climbing up. zombie homes are broken down homes eye source for neighborhoods and hotbeds for criminal activity. do you really want one of these in your neighborhood? probably not. for more on the zombie homes, bring in zillow chief economist, stan humphries. this is the first topic, stan. how much of a problem are the zombie homes, foreclosed homes, sit on your road, they're dilapidated and falling apart and sometimes can be a place for criminal activity? what do you think? >> i don't think zombie homes are really any problem for the overall market. they are definitely problems for local municipal governments because they're a drain on resources it false to the local government to maintain the houses and there's not receiving tax revenues for them. but for the overall market the
. ♪ cheryl: time for your westcoast minute. san francisco's union bank is expanding in arizona. the bank has decided to open a new mortgage operation center. the center is expected to create 250 jobs. the governor offered tax incentives to union bank which is owned by mitsubishi financial trading and the new york stock exchange, up over 16 percent year-over-year. the employment picture is much better in hawaii. initial jobless claims were down 25% we cover week. every county, except the big island, has double-digit increases. and let's call this march madness. in spokane, the ravens, the company sells what is called the sag's blend. never a big seller until now. both the men and women's team are in the n.c.a.a. tournament. the coffee chain cannot keep it in stock. there are more items to come based on the teams. and that is your west coast minute. well, it is the 11th hour for cyprus. the latest on bailout talks still happening. plus, steve more of the "wall street journal" weighs in on whether the plan makes sense or if they should just go bust. and you can look, but you cannot take it home
to have to travel to new york, los angeles, or san francisco and pick them up in person. the tab will not be picked up about i about google. congratulations. adam: i think honestly, i think i do it. wait until apple perfects it. i think it will still be pretty cool. melissa: you would pay $1500? adam: when apple does a creation of it. google great, they will introduce it but i will wait for apple to perfect it. doesn't isn't that the way apple does it. >> eyeglasses. there with we go. adam: thank you, shibani joshi. melissa: wooing tim geithner. charlie gasparino up next on which wall street firm is trying to lure the former treasury secretary. adam: college seniors counting the months until graduation but will there jobs for them once they're in the working world? a new reading on the number of entry level jobs just ahead. melissa: a look at the treasury as we head out to break. ♪ . the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her... no. no! no. ...likes 50% more cash. but i don't give up ea... do you want
it starting to listen. starting in the san francisco area. this is smart place to start. will it save the stock? they have missed last two earnings reports. the stock is off 100 points from the high. i would not jump in. i would like to see them with a pretty good earnings report and sort of suggest they righted ship a little bit. one of these stocks ultimately you get back in. ashley: growth growth policy, don't they? triple number of stores. more than any restaurant they're trying to grow. >> i think they should. one thing that they doohave, remember what big-time short, one of these guys who always shorts and masters of the universe shorted it and said taco bell was taking clients from them. i have customers, i don't even consider them in the same realm as taco bell. but i do think it was part of the economy and part of growing pangs and hiccups that come along with it. i'm not going back into chipolte mexican grill yet. i like this idea. the guy is amazing. not sure tofu will be answer to their woes but we'll see. ashley: all right. tracy: on my cracker barrel list of places i hav
know that you are looking to buy a house in san francisco recently. you are saying maybe not so fast. you started your current company in california. maybe not the next one? >> maybe not the next one. the current company just got started. dagen: what do people talk about, like your friends, people that you work with, entrepreneurs or just acquaintances, are they seriously talking about leaving the state? do you find that discussions are coming more often, if you will? >> yes, dagen, it is unbelievable. almost on a daily basis, if not twice on a daily basis. i think california could end up with less tax revenue overall. it has gotten so high that people are trying to get out of the state before they make money. dagen: do you think the lawmakers in the state fully understand what is at play? ultimately, this could damage the state permanently, in terms of success and the types of entrepreneurs and companies that it creates. >> i think you are right. over 3 million people have left the state since 1990. i do not know what it will take for them to notice. it is not just the magnitude of
business. cheryl: i lived in san francisco for seven years, you don't have to sell me on the beauty of california. congressman john garamendi, thank you. good to see you. >> thank you. bye-bye. cheryl: does the u.s. economy need higher taxes? our guest will weigh in, he's very opinionated on the topic. and we will wrap up with an expert panel to answer your tax questions. we are doing that tomorrow as well. i don't know about you, but i have always wanted to drive an aston martin. how you can take one for a spin around the race track. i guess i am driving one now. i will take it, i will take it. take a look at the 10-year treasury. why is my head sticking out of the car? [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, ansave your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef bere opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find se good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day o
expectations. we have five currently. in new york, boston, georgetown, san francisco. we plan to expand. adam: any other retailers calling you guys up, maybe not a competitor but different line. we want to look at this, how is it going? are you getting that kind of talk? >> we are. a lot of people are watching what we're doing. this is not a totally foreign concept a lot of showed rooming today. best buy is showroom for amazon. they go to a store, look at something and buy online. retail is changing. this is probably the biggest change in retail in 50 years. adam: fortunately the amazon doesn't have to pay over head for best buy has to pay. that is problem for best buy brick and mortar shops. brian wolf, from bonobos. best of luck with the guide shops, guide stores. i have a sneaking suspicion i will check them out. i might be a little old for the clothing but fits everybody. melissa: this is ton of buzz. they may have a cult-like following. of people who heard of them they sort of light up when they're talking about it. adam: i will give it a shot. melissa: interesting. a great business mode
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to the negative. star wars creator george lucas wants to open a museum in san francisco. the film legend submitted a bid for a "storytelling" museum. his is one of several proposals. it is right next to the golden gate bridge. that is your west coast minute. bobby, celebrity chef is growing his restaurant empire. there he is talking to fox business. he will be here monday speaking with me exclusively on his plans to grow his business even bigger in 2013. you don't want to miss it. that will be monday. ashley and tracy are coming up. dennis: defending his turf. oklahoma city general. he is up next on why he thinks dodd-frank is unconstitutional. ♪ this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally.
.s. department of housing, two bedroom at fair market value in california, $1,340 a month. san francisco, marin and orange county the most expensive. los angeles county tourism is doing better setting a new record last year. 41.4 million visitors came to town spending about $16.4 billion. mostly on hotels, food and drinks. that is good news for the fiscally strapped state. tourism generating more than $2 billion in state and local taxes for the state. new mexico senate passed the breaking bad bill. named after the popular tv series would rebate the production company's receipt in the state of new mexico up to 30% if the tv series shoots at least six episodes in the state. governor is expected to approve and sign the bill. that's the west coast minute. dennis: members of president obama's national security team calling out china for its alleged role in thousands of hack attacks on u.s. companies. and demanding a cyber security dialogue. >> we need a recognition of the urgency and cope of the problem and the risk it poses to international trade, to the reputation of chinese industry and overall r
this is at a brainstorm stage. google is doing same day web delivery service in san francisco and office depot. they want to double the number of stores. i will tell you something, think about this, two thirds of the american population within shouting distance of a walmart store. dagen: where i grew up, i would not drive down somebody's driveway who i was not related to. [ laughter ] dagen: at the very best case scenario, somebody shoots your tires out. that is the best case. i just find the whole thing hilarious. liz: you could imagine the insurance and regulations they would need. dagen: the miami heat 27 winning streak over. the team still has plenty to celebrate, however. ♪ dagen: a record-breaking run in the nba denied. over for the heat last night. miami had a 27 game winning streak beats by the bulls. the heat had been on a run since february 3. they were chasing the longest nba winning streak. thirty-three games held by the los angeles lakers. it has been a long time. more than 40 years. things are still looking pretty good for lebron and company. they already clenched division title. another
. it is cheaper than all of the 100 largest metros across the country. >> even san francisco. and even in new york. cheryl: i am assuming a big piece of this is interest rates. we have historic low interest rates. that will not last very long. for those viewers that are paying attention, do they need to act quickly? >> mortgage rates are a big factor. they are still near historic lows. even if rates go as well as 5.5, it would still be 33% cheaper to buy than to rent. prices have gone up. cheryl: it is not just the mortgage rate. you have to itemize your deductions on your tax return to take advantage of homeowning. if you are going around and flipping, it may not make sense with all the closing costs and that; correct? >> it may not make sense to buy if you are only going to be there for three years. you get fewer years of price appreciation. cheryl: one of the things you did and you do this survey a lot , i would look at it and i think it is really fascinating. the city where it was definitely the best dubai was detroit, michigan. there was a 70% difference in renting versus buying in detroit, m
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